Good Life Coffee's recommendation to Japan - three cities, three cafes

July 13th 2018

During our stay in Japan we had a great opportunity to explore the local coffee scene. Japan is full of exciting and unique little cafes. We have gathered here our top three cafes from Japan.

Mel Coffee Roasters, Osaka
1 Chome-20-4 Shinmachi, Nishi Ward, Osaka

Mel Coffee Roasters is a fantastic little cafe and a roastery in Osaka. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy Osaka breeze in front the cafe. You can be sure to get quality coffee at Mel. Their owner is local barista competition judge and Q grader.

Weekenders, Kyoto
560 Honeyanocho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto 604-8064 Japan

You might feel like you've gotten lost when looking for Weekenders cafe. But don't worry, the cafe can be found in the corner of a parking area. Visitors will be first met with a small Japanese style garden. Enjoy your coffee but be careful not to step on the moss! Weekenders have also their own roastery. 

Onibus, Tokyo
Meguro-ku, Kamimeguro 2-14-1, Tokyo

Onibus has two cafes in Tokyo, one in Okusawa and one in Nakameguro. If you have only time for one, we recommend visit the cafe in Nakameguro. The cafe is cute two stories little building with their own roastery at the same location. After the hectic streets of Tokyo it's nice to relax with a cup of coffee at this chill environment.